Crosby’s Middle School teams beat Northshore

CROSBY — The Crosby Cougar 8A team defeated the North Shore Mustangs by the score of 11-10. Again, the Cougar defense turned in a great game by holding the Mustang offense out of the end zone.

Gage Adams intercepted one pass and recovered one fumble, Jeremy Bets intercepted one pass on defense and also score the only touchdown on a 30 yard in the third quarter. Andrew Gwyn, Randy Rasmussen and Jered Boyette also turned in good defensive games.

On offense, Jacob Schexnayder kicked a 23-yard field goal and kicked the extra point. Chris Corman, Jordan French and Matthew Rhineberger lead the blocking up front for the Cougars. The Cougar 8A team is now 2-2-2 on the season and 2-1 in district play.

7A (10/12/04)

The Crosby Cougar 7A team defeated the North Shore Mustangs by the score of 16-13 for their first win of the season. The Mustangs scored on the first play of the game. Crosby answered two drives later with a 75-yard touchdown by Xavier Frank. Cody Wilson made the first of two extra points on the day. The Cougars had the lead a halftime by a score of 8-6. The Mustangs scored with 3 minutes left in the game to put the Cougars down 13-8, but the Cougars’ never say die attitude shone through, and Frank scored his second touchdown. The entire defense played a spectacular game. Tristan Arceneaux and the rest of the O-line did a great job of blocking for the backs.


The Crosby Cougar 8B team was defeated by the North Shore Mustangs by the score of 21-0. Having good games on defense were Nicholas Collins, Julius Jordan, and Donnie Greer. Good performances on offense were turned in by Ryan Nutt, Chance Meadows and Cade Ramirez.


The Crosby Cougar 7B team corralled the Mustangs of North Shore in a 41 to 14. Farron Marion led the charge, scoring 5 touchdowns and one extra point. Stephon Gilbert scored one touchdown helping the Cougars over the top.

Braelon Green scored 3 extra points, and Ray Stutts ran in one. The offensive line did a great job protecting the running backs. Defensively, Jared Oliver and Andre Mitchell were everywhere. The defensive line denied the Mustangs running room and made the Mustangs pay for every yard gained.